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You Can Now Get Chobani’s First-Ever Non-Greek Yogurt

Few breakfasts are easier and tastier than grabbing a cup of yogurt and topping it off with some crunchy granola or fresh fruit. If yogurt is your go-to breakfast, you’ll be thrilled to hear that Chobani is releasing its first-ever traditional yogurts. They’ve decided to expand beyond the thick Greek yogurt that they’re famous for and sell five flavors of smooth and delicious non-Greek yogurt. 

Chobani Smooth is a low-fat creamy yogurt that’s sweeter and milder than its Greek counterpart, offered in vanilla, peach, blueberry, strawberry and black cherry. We got a first taste of the yogurt, and we think it’s a happy medium between sometimes tart Greek yogurt and other brands that can be overly sweet with their non-natural dessert flavors. Chobani keeps it simple with small chunks of fruit occasionally sprinkled throughout, and the classic flavors will remind you of more natural versions of the creamy yogurts you know and love.

What’s more important, though, is the nutrition factor. Chobani Smooth pleases us health-conscious collegiettes in 5 key ways:

1. Chobani Smooth has 25 percent less sugar (14g per cup) than traditional yogurt

2. It’s just 120 calories

3. It has twice the protein (11g) of other regular yogurts

4. There are no artificial flavors, no artificial sweeteners and no artificial preservatives

5. It’s 1 percent milkfat, low-fat yogurt

Y’all can try Chobani Smooth for about $1.79 for a two-pack. It’s really perfect for an on-the-go breakfast before a long day at your summer internship or an early morning class. We can’t wait to see if they release more flavors! 

Lindsay was the president/editor-in-chief of the UCLA chapter of Her Campus from 2015-2018. She was previously the Viral Section Editor at Her Campus and an Editorial Intern at the headquarters in Boston. Lindsay grew up in Washington state and transitioned to love the Southern California sunshine while studying communications and environmental science at UCLA. Twitter: @WeinbergLindsay.
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